Swedish side BK Hacken have officially announced the signing of ex-striker of Hearts of Oak Kwame Kizito.
The 22-year-old striker signed a three-year contract with BK Hacken after passing a mandatory medical test.
Kizito after penning his contract with BK Hacken made it known what his new club should expect from him.
"I have come here to strengthen the team and of course want to have as much playing time as possible, I want to help the team win many matches, to a good position in the table and win titles" says Kizito.
The former Hearts of Oak striker becomes the third Ghanaian at BK Hacken after Nasiru Mohammed and Mohammed Atta.
He registered seven goals in his 12 appearances for Al Ittihad and helped them to clinch the Libyan Cup.
Kizito was a member of the Black Stars 'B' squad that won the 2017 WAFU Cup held in Ghana.